Strange Supernova That Was Started by a Black Hole Eating a Star

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about a supernova caused by a colliding black hole
Press release: https://www.caltech.edu/about/news/a-black-hole-triggers-a-premature-supernova
https://public.nrao.edu/news/stellar-collision-triggers-supernova/
Paper: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.abg6037

NASA Goddard, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kk0ry3_R2pE
ESO/M. Kornmesser , CC BY 4.0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1f_9ioMgosc
Carl Knox, OzGrav-Swinburne University. , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dACjwnMhUJg
ESA, NASA, and Felix Mirabel , https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-ray_binary#/media/File:Accretion_disk.jpg
Bill Saxton, NRAO/AUI/NSF , https://public.nrao.edu/news/stellar-collision-triggers-supernova/

Tags: anton petrov, science, physics, astrophysics, astronomy, universe, whatdamath, what da math, technology, primordial black hole, black holes, black hole, pbh, explaining dark matter, supernova, new type of supernova, supernova type, types of supernova, supernova explained, unusual supernova, supernova detected, supernova mystery, mysterious supernova, strange supernova, VT 1210+4956, x ray binary, Stellar Collision, black hole collision with star, black hole supernova

Comments:
  1. alex bautista

    Your videos are awesome! Keep the good content! 🌕🌏🪐✨☄️

  2. Ray Bingham

    “Night Sky” There is no such thing as a night sky. The sky appears the same in any direction we can look. It just so happens that our Sun blocks out some of the sky during the day time. It is still the same sky in any direction.

  3. Luke Wallis

    Anton what’s your thoughts on DR Stephen Greer

  4. Jacob Kleeman

    “Murder Driven Supernova” is literally one of the best heavy metal band names I’ve ever heard.

  5. RIXRADvidz

    The first paper I ever wrote for a Language Arts class was about the burgeoning interest in black holes in the early 70’s. I got an ‘A’ for the paper, with a note that my teacher didn’t understand the information but the structure of my paper was very good. We were told to write about things we liked, I LOVED Astrophysics.

  6. Kelly Welch

    Man it’s hard to believe that any of this is possible at all, like it’s all made up stuff very good sir

  7. Za W

    As always, Anton, wonderful video.

  8. antwan1357

    Well considering that Einstein didn’t think this could happen . I hope the naming convention does not use any name associated with him , as that would be weird. The naming convention in science has a bad habit of recycling old words , and simply changing their meaning , instead of simply creating a new word.

  9. Orac

    And yet we continue to fight over dirt.

  10. Maximiliano Contieri

    “The decade of black holes” .. loving it!

  11. Mark Huebner

    Awesome! Thanks Anton! Another great science video! I especially liked the details of the blackhole disruption of the star fusion processes as the black hole merged with the star while continuing the orbital motion. Very interesting!

  12. honky tonk

    Is that really a supernova?The process is totally different from a ‘normal’ supernova.

  13. Harry Robson

    No Anton, YOU are a wonderful person, thank you for that.

  14. Patrick Tilton

    Is that “murder driven supernova” or “merger driven supernova”?
    One other question: in the animation at 1:40, would two stars revolving around their common center of gravity so closely and so rapidly be able to maintain their spherical shapes like that? Or would they be deformed into prolate spheroids, tidally bulging in the direction of each other?

  15. John Irby

    Your just analyzing potential outcomes in simulated realities, by smashing protons against each other. And using quantum computers to read and distribute the latest information

  16. Ed Reusser

    My goodness dude. How can you manage to produce such amazing content every day? I don’t watch anything else on a daily basis, but I nearly always listen to you. I will add some cash to my admiration on Patreon, but I just wanted to let you know personally how incredible a job you are doing. Thank you once again.

    Please don’t work yourself to death. We love you out here and while we want to see your art, it will stop when you croak. So for the sake of your fans, please take care of yourself.

  17. George Saint

    So this is basically a black hole drive through snack? “A black hole goes to Micky D.”

  18. Roy Kent

    Anton Petrov, “Hello wonderful person”
    Roy Kent, “Oh fuuuck oooff”

  19. Bitcoin Constitutionalist

    That is so awesome.

  20. Zapp Brannigan

    I’d love to see a slow mo animation of the black hole spiraling in and what exactly happens. You would think that the star would blink out in a second and be absorbed by the singularity maybe even before the supernova could happen given everything is sucked in at the speed of light and the star size may be a couple seconds light speed size at max.

  21. Николай Ханзо

    “he ate me, but i survived”

  22. Mckayver

    Keep growing the beard. It’s badass.

  23. Chris Lopez

    Murder driven supernova .. Sounds like a great character name . lol thank you anton .. MDS 😁

  24. Oris Dearborn

    Anton! You are the hardest working wonderful person in Tubeland!

    My favorite wonderful journalist.

  25. Retrograde Beats

    This channel makes life more interesting thanks

  26. Zeb Dawson

    Dude how in the hell do you so consistently put out such high quality content, every single day?! It’s unbelievable! Keep up the great work, Anton!

  27. chestypants78

    This reminds me of when Superman split in two, good and bad. The good one jumped into the bad one to destroy it. Us weak humans could only look on and marvel.

  28. DD 101

    You are a very interesting fella 👍

  29. colin Les Rowling

    That would have been an awesome thing too see !

  30. Taylor Falk

    It’s crazy to just now find out about these things, when they all happened so long ago. It’s cool we’re still able to gather data and learn from the past so well. Thank you universe! 🙂👍

  31. JFDCamara

    So… premature supernovas? I’m kinda an expert in that field

  32. MOS FET

    Many Thanks Anton. Your videos are giving clear explanation of complex cosmic events that almost never comes out to basic viewer like me.

  33. Jussainwuturthinkn

    You haven’t reach a mil subs yet? 🤯 People are sleeping on you my wonderful person.

  34. Marti Harry

    Always love your backdrop.

  35. The Heir

    Space is the troll master it made us look at black holes for decades😂

  36. Ace

    Somewhere, a bald trillionaire supervillain is cackling and rubbing his hands together as he begins work on a new “Supernova Doomsday Machine.”

  37. Edward Kozdron

    To me, this is your most interesting vid, Anton! Thank you for all your hard work.

  38. Cowboy Ninja

    Wish my dad were here for the decade of black holes, he loved this stuff more than i do

  39. John Saley

    @Anton, thank you for your knowledge, videos! Serious question for you. At any point, have you written/ publish a book/ ebook? I would love to learn more. Thank you for your time and videos! – John

  40. tjames22123

    Also where are you getting most of your visuals?

  41. tjames22123

    Anton, this is the coolest thing I’ve heard in a while as I have since childhood been intrigued by black holes, quarks and the story behind stars. Love

  42. James Aron

    Wonderful extra-galactic merger driven accelerated supernova confirmation

  43. John Smith

    Always up to the minute reporting to keep us hooked. Another very good video. 👍

  44. HappyGuy

    star : I choose to die than to live in your chains

  45. Caoimhin Tew

    Keeping up with discoveries used to be pretty easy. Now, don’t sleep, or you’ll miss a thing or two.

  46. BogusBeats

    Its time to get this man to 1 Million

  47. Tiago Motta De Mello

    Great video, just like always !!! 👍👍👍

  48. Brian Steele

    I didn’t know this was new knowledge. I thought this was a known happening.

  49. MrConspark

    Wow! Mind blown again by wonderful universe events

  50. Robert Holliday

    That is the most metal thing ever.

  51. Yannic

    Hi Anton, I like you Videos very much, Thank you for making them!
    Can I ask You what is the Name of the Simulationprigram that you use?
    Greeting from Wuppertal Germany

  52. Memememe

    Was just wondering the other day what would happen if a giant star absorbed a smaller black hole instead of the other way around.

  53. Bret R

    This is the closest thing I get to Star Trek

  54. Raymond Frye

    Great job. Articulate , informative and concise. Excellent and thank you.

  55. Bad-Bunny Blogger

    By the title I’d say it wasn’t fully devoured and what happened was the equivalent of large remaining clump going pop.

  56. Ricardo P

    4:30 he starts to speak the subject, I would never say that a black hole entered a star

  57. bucket0rocks

    the thought alone has me curious about the supposed “big bang” impetus.

  58. Toomas Vane

    Any DIY about how to combine a load of phone cameras into some decent telescope? Got too many spare phone parts laying around..

  59. Steve Pleasethankyou.

    Isn’t it amazing they actually exist!! If you were a 80’s sci fi kid black holes were common in lots of tv series.

  60. Chris Winter

    So, aside from the unlikelihood of the equipment surviving the interior of the star, this validates Major Carter’s method of blowing up a star in SG-1.

  61. Dean Lawson

    YASSSSS!!! We have finally discovered evidence of the rare and elusive stellar event called a *Murder Nova*!!

  62. Chris Lawson

    I want to see an animation as high quality as interstellar but for all these fascinating new space discoveries. Like the jet beams!

  63. Kevin Gilmore

    Let’s talk about how there used to be a planet behind Mars and it got blown up and that’s what created the asteroid belt

  64. Philly G

    Truly awesome and quite simple really, the tremendous magnetic fields of the black hole draws charged hydrogen plasma from the stars only to shoot it back out many light years in each direction on the very electric field lines black hole exists upon. Metaphysically speaking🤓

  65. Pontus Johansson

    I was pretty much just waiting for this discovery to be made. Fascinating as always!

  66. XxThe Awoken OnexX

    Thankyou for another wonderful video Anton

  67. Del Tron

    His voice is so soothing

  68. Tha Original Beef

    Anton I give thanks to u helping me thru a tuff time helping me get back into what I miss about my old world of being out in the middle of nowhere seeing endless clear night skies of stars an some nights were there wasnt a moon at all I dont live there but I still imagine the memories of seeing stars and enjoying the beauty of the vast space of the universe thanks for letting me see parts of the universe rite here on my own device since theres to much lights at night to see any of the stars at night

  69. fallensword32

    Anton can you make a video about the strange radio signal emitted around the center of our galaxy? I recently saw a post about it but i would love to know your opinion on it. thanks for the content.

  70. Mimu Mi

    You see, when a daddy blackhole and a mommy star love each other very very much….

  71. Mary Ann Bittle

    This is pretty freaking cool, Anton! Thanks for doing a video on this paper. 😊 ❤ ❤

  72. Lucas Young

    Reminds me of the Stargate SG1 Episode when Carter blew up the star with a gate that was dialed in to a blackhole system.🤣

  73. Randall Petroelje

    480 million light years away??!? That’s literally a astronomical mind boggling distance. Wow. A black hole 🕳 meets a supernova?? Even better. Thanks Anton. Love your show.

  74. onemotherpucker

    Lol…that’s some cool animation.

  75. Shaul Jonah

    Thanks Anton. Good stuff.

  76. DEADisBEAUTIFUL

    “Murder driven supernova” is probably the coolest thing I’ve ever heard. I love this channel, Anton. Thanks for bringing the stars to us!

  77. Olin Bullard

    Thank you Anton

  78. Anders Viklund

    Tack för en bra förklaring :) Gillar dina olika videos!

  79. ТОЛЯ Н

    Так кто победит? Разрушится звезда или сингулярность?

  80. Snarflcat

    About 2 weeks ago I posted a question on one of your vids which was: “What would happen if a fast moving standard singularity came into physical contact with a white dwarf?”
    I feel as if you answered me, or close enough.

  81. canard _coleptique

    Everytime I watch one of your videos I get stunned by what’s happening in our universe. Keep it up Anton, you’re a really good Youtuber to watch !

  82. Naturamorpho

    In everyone of these collision 3d animations we see the two objects spiraling towards each other. Could we ever see a smack in the center, head on collision?

  83. LoganLuney

    This is amazing, thanks for sharing

  84. MrGoesBoom

    MurderNova! Seriously though, it’s always pretty cool when theories people came up with decades or even centuries ago turn out to be correct…proven by devices and techniques they never could have envisioned or predicted. Damn I love science!

  85. morelenmir

    It basically tried to be a quasi-star, but the supernova occurred before the system could stabilize. Obviously the unimaginable temperatures and pressure inside the star had no effect at all on the black hole itself. I wonder which generated more energy?

  86. Dana Downing

    Me at 11 years old: Big Dipper… Orion… the moon… boring
    Me 50 years later: “Anton has a new video… AWESOME!!!!”

  87. themeach011

    I don’t know how you come out with so many great video so frequently with so much new subject matter. Great job

  88. Tai Mao

    Anton says: Merger driven supernova

    I hear: Murder driven supernova 0.0

  89. Vladimir Hammerstein

    The more I learn about anything, the more I realize how little I know.

  90. hereticpariah 6/66

    Sounds like an alien mega-weapon to me.
    *Krikitt despises all creation that is not Krikitt.*

  91. Brian Wright

    Stargate writers predicted this back in the 90’s.

  92. MC's Creations

    Pretty interesting indeed! 😊

  93. Sebastian Stanko

    Hi Anton, what can you say about comet leonard and its tail?

  94. DarkMatter

    This was really cool Anton. Thanks.

  95. rutger houtdijk

    Star: You won’t take me alive!

  96. Human

    Another wonderful video by wonderful Anton for wonderful people

  97. Merrick

    Alright, that’s the coolest title/topic I’ve seen in a while.

  98. Jim Curtis

    Wonderful as always anton 😊👍

  99. Joe Belmont

    Anton is so prolific. Love this channel’s content.

  100. Eliot B

    A 10 min video uploaded 1 min ago and someone already talking bout how great the video was. But Im sure it will be amazing lol

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